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Sears Kenmore Hepa Air Filter

Reviewing: Sears Kenmore Hepa Air Cleaner 852543  |  Rating:
crazycol By crazycol on
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I purchased this air filter from Sears because my Honeywell air filter finally bit the dust. I purchased the air filter online at Sears.com because I could order online and pick it up 15 minutes later at a local Sears store. The unit is designed to clean air in a 16 x 20 room and does a great job. It also has a built in ionizer that cleans and freshens the air as it leaves the filter. This model has four settings, low, medium, high and Turbo.

The low and medium settings are extremely quiet, the high setting is a little noisier. The Turbo setting which is recommended for the first 24 hours produces some noise, but works for me as it is white noise which will hopefully help to drown out my husband's snoring and enable me to not only breathe better but help me to stay asleep when the snoring starts,

Between my allergies and my husbands snoring I haven't slept well since the last Air Cleaner quit. I look forward to a good nights sleep tonight, I read reviews from others on Sears.com before purchasing it and many had purchased it after the California Wildfires last fall. They all gave it a glowing recommendation and so far I love it as well.

The unit removes dust. pollen, tobacco smoke, pet dander and mold spores. It is a long thin unit that will fit against a wall. It measures approximately 20" x 8" and cleans up to a 320 square foot room.

The pre-filter needs to be replaced every 3 months with the Hepa filter needing to be replaced every 12 months. The pre-filter costs around $12 to replace with the Hepa filter costing around $45. There is a dial to set to remind you when to change each filter.